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- NAME Rebecca Anne Proctor
- BIO Rebecca moved to the United Arab Emirates from Paris to work for an art gallery at the Emirates Palace hotel. Her dream was to take part in the tremendous development of the arts in the United Arab Emirates as well as explore the burgeoning world of fashion and luxury goods in the region. In Dubai Rebecca specializes in the Arab art scene as well as regularly attends the region's foremost fashion and luxury events. She also has a knack for discovering the finest dining experience's Dubai and Abu Dhabi have to offer. In her spare time, Rebecca attends Yoga and dance classes in Dubai Marina and enjoys curling up with her favorite book and a scented Diptyque candle.
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Al Manara International Jewelry showcases jewellery collections from Chopard, Messika and Tirisi Jewelry to guests at the Al Hambra Affair, an event staged by local charity Mirbad.
This Ramadan, La Serre Boulangerie has launched a special pop up initiative called ‘The House.’ Local art collective, ‘The Animation Chamber’ has been given the restaurant as a blank canvas in which to create a unique pop-up art experience for the duration of the Holy Month.
This month saw Jaeger-LeCoultre host the Masters of Food Event at the Park Hyatt Dubai. Taking place on 9 June, the sophisticated culinary and beverage experience revolves around shared common values of excellence and refinement, taking into close consideration the advancement of techniques, be it fine watchmaking or culinary.
To mark its first Ramadan, Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach presents the Mamemo Majlis tent as well as several other Ramadan menus at its various food outlets.